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ASTORIA. OKKUOJV FRIDAY JANl'ARY I, immj.
HRK.E HVE CENTS
w
.;t MNKoS CARDS.
k A. Cl.EVEli.VSD.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offlf-e Flavel'a new brick building, corner
Second and Cass streets ; up stairs.
TOSI.V II. SMITH.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on Cass street, 2 doors bacK of Odd
Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon.
TJEEJI KAXACA,
ATTORNEY AT I.A.W.
Office over White House Cor.. Astoria, Or.
GK
-1 Ko. SOLA.VD,
ATTORNEY at law.
nice lu Klnney'b Block, opposite City
Hall, Astoria, Oregon.
I'. VT. FULTOX. O. C. FULTON
FUI.T03 BnoTnERS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
ltooras5and 6. Odd Fellows Building.
j q.A.oHLav,
ttturney unit t'onimellur nt Law
ilSte on Cbeuamu Street, Astoria. Orecon
I A It. J. 14. L.V FOtfUii,
DENTIST.
KoomsU ana 12 Odd Fellows Building,
AsTUIttA. -.. OREGON.
T.t. A. t- A.l J. A. KUL.TOX.
Cas street, between 3rd and 4th.
8pT!.U attention to DNen-es of Womeu
and CuiMieu, by or A, L. Fult'-n.
Special atteuti..n to surgtry. by Dr. J. A.
Fulton.
O ace hours from to to 12 A. a., aud 1 to i
P.M.
i ay TurriiK. n. u.
fUYSIClAN AND SURGKON
O v,k ttHiiii-.6 fyintitn Kullnlnx
IIesieekck: SK corner Wall and West
9th street, ippoilte 1. V. Case's.
a E. HHAXV.
DENTIST.
Rooms In Allen's Building, up stain, cor
uer Cass and Squeniouua streets. Astoria
Oregon.
M
US. IK. OlVEVH-ADAllt,
Office and residence. D.K. Warren's for
mer residence. Astoria, Oregon.
Diseases of Women and Children, and of
the Eye and Ear. specialties.
T U. O. II. EMTE .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special attention to Diseases of Women
and Surgery.
"i-mck: Opposlto Telegraph Office, up
Stairs, Astoria, iit-gon.
A. SMITH.
DENTIST.
Rooms 1 and 2 Pythian Building over
C H. Cooper's Store.
PATRONIZE HOME 1HDUSTRY,
There Is no occasion for the most fastidi
ous pi our citizens to send to Portland or
San .Francisco for
Custom Made Clothes
As they can pet Better Fits. Better Work
manship, and for less Money.
By Leaving their Orders with MEANT.
New Goods' by Every Steamer.
Call and get Hisa and Satisfy Tounelf.
Pi J. Meany. Merchant Tailor.
ATJCTIOW
AND COMMISSION HOUSE.
MARTIN OLSEN,
Successor to K. C .Holden.
The oldest established Commission House
In Oregon. Goods of all kinds sold on com
mission. Auction Sales Every Saturday.
General Repairing, Jobbing and Uphol
stering done.
Fine stock of Furniture on hand.
When you want Bargains in Household
Goods go to
SHItTIX OLNE.N
Carnaiian & Co.
SUCCESSORS TO
T. "W. CASE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DEALF.R8 IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Corner Chenamus and Cata streets.
A8T"KIA - OKF.OON
For Sale.
Ten aotrj goid land, 'mpr vd. nrcha-d.
Hon und b n jtnd out build ugs. wel sn -w-d
: tw we Is wrttT. wltlin .me raileil
-Knappa. htiOAna the Mitch I place.
For pirtlculars apply to
Hnaypa.O.joa. "-"-"i.
H.
The Teacher
;heir minds by the use of Oyer's Sar-
laijiuma, upprcciatea tee iruiu mai
aodily health U essential to mental
rigor. For persons of delicate and feeble
:onstitution, whether young or old, this
nediciuo Is remarkably beneficial. Bo
lure you get Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
mi?..... , .....
"j spring ana tail i taite a num
ber of bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and
Eastman, Stoneharu, Mass.
"I have taken Ayer's Sarsaparilla
"llu ncai, ueneni to my general ueaim.
Miss Tliirza L. Crerar, Palmyra, Md.
"My daughter, twelve years of age,
has suffered for the past year from
General Debility.
A few weeks since, we began to give
her Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Herltealth baa
preatly improved." Mrs. Harriet H.
Battles, South Chelmsford, Mass.
"About ayear ago I began using Ayer's
Sarsaparilla as a remedy for debility
and neuralgia resulting from malarial
exposure in the army. I was in a very
bail condition, but six bottles of the Sar
raparilla, with occasional doses of Ayer's
Pills, have greatly improved my health.
I am now able to work, and feel that I
cannot say too much for vour excellent
remedies. ' F. A. Pinkbam, South
Molttncus, Me.
"My daughter, sixteen years old, is
using Ayer's Sarsaparilla with good ef
fect." Rev. S. J. Graham, United
Brethren Church, Buckbannon.W.Ya.
" I suflWed from
Nervous Prostration,
with lame back and headache, and have
been much benefited bv the Uhe of AVer's
Sarsaparilla. I am now 80 years of age,
and am satisfied that my present health
and prolonged life are due to the use of
Ayer'a Sarsaparilla." Lucy Moffitt,
Killingly, Conn.
Mrs. Ann H. Farnsworth, a lady 79
years old, So. Woodstock, Vt., writes :
"Alter several weeks suflarmg from
nervous prostration, I procured a bottle
nf Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and before I
had taken half of it my usual health
returned."
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
rCEPAUED ST
Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Prleo $1; ill bottlei, 85. Woitb $3 bottl.
m h tS"OLvatjra
BANKER.
ESTABLISHED - - 1870.
Transacts a General Banking Easiness
Drafts drawn available hi anv part of the
0. 3. aud Europe, and on Hong Kong, China
Office Horiis : 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Odd FkixowsBuildixo, Astoria, Oregon.
THE
Pacific Coast Express Company
Will open for business between
Astoria, Ilwaco and Oystervlllo
ON
DECEMBER 10, 1888.
0
Valuables, Money, Packages,
and Ft eight carrlod at very
Reasonable Ratos with
tho utmost socurlty
to the sender.
Connection at Astoria maSe Kith Pacific
Exprets aud Wells. Fargo & Co.'s Expresi
Companies for all points.
Office on Hustler's docic,
C. r. UP3HUK. Asent.
Wilson& Fisher
Ship Chandlers,
HEAVY AND SHELF
HAXLDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS,
Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
LOGGERS' SUPPLIES.
PROVISIONS
AND
MILL FEED
AGENTS FOH
SALEM PATENT ROLLER MILLS
Portland Roller Mills,
FAIRBANKS' SCALES.
A.VTOKIA. OltWHIN
John C. Dement.
DRUCCIST.
Successor to W. E. Dement & Co.
Carries Complete stocks of
Orugs and Druggists' Sundries.
rrrtcrlptlons Cnrrniliy Compounder.
Agent fr
Mexican Salve and
Norwegian PH Cure.
To Trespassing Hunters.
T HEREBY filVK NoriOETHAT I WILL
i al'nw mi limiting in fmrt of ray dike
. rnn inv tl 'e ll"l "" tny place at Vouuk'
river. aJo'Dluc J G. Mirnbuiirt propt-nv.
enct-s .iid dikes must not b- tsinrrrd
with t-t destrnywl. ai ue-i&Mers'will be
prosecuteu to tbs lUJ extent or Hie law.
VJOJJKXiOBKI.
THE LEGISLATURE.
Frooeedisg; of The House and Senate.
Salem, Jan. 16. The principal
feature of to-day's session of the
legislature was the assembling in
joint convention in the hall of the
house of representatives and list
ening to the reading of the gover
ernor's message. It was not long,
as such documents go, but its read
ing was deliberate and with
marked emphasis on several por
tions which it was evident the
author deemed of grave impor
tance to the people of the state,
and therefore should be also to
their constituted representatives.
Particularly did he call attention,
by his slow and pointed enuncia
tion, to his views regarding the
railroad commission, created by
the legislature at its last regular
session.
But few of the members of
either house were aware that the
governor had that very morning
removed the railroad commission
ers from office, "for cause," and
looks of astonishment were ex
changed. Daring the noon recess
this action of the governor was
one of the principal topics of con
versation. Commissioner Wag
goner, who was present, seemed
to think the governor had no
right to remove himself and his
brother commissioner from their
offices, and intimated that they
should continue to discharge the
duties required of them by the
act creating the commissioner!'.
Representatives who were lawyers
thought the governor had a right
to remove the commis-ioners and
thus render inoperative a law
which he seemed to think useless.
The sentiment of the legislature
did not appear to be with bis ex
cellency in this matter, however.
Although the supreme court had
decided that the commission hud
no power to regulate the charges
of railroads, yet it is thought that
iu investigating cases of unjust
charges and reporting the same to
the public and to the legislature,
the commission is doing good
work.
One member said: Many wrongs
have been righted by this com
mission, and we all know that the
railroads have acceded many times
to suggestions made by tho com
missioners. The suggestion of the governor
regarding the punishment of
bribery was acted upon in the
house in the afternoon, "Waldo in
troducing a bill repealing that sec
tion of the law which punishes the
taker of a bribe. It should be an
easy matter now to punish the
bribe-giver.
Representative Harm's bill to
regulate salmon fishing on the
Columbia river and its tributaries,
prohibits the fishing for, catching
or taking of salmon in the waters
by means of river nets, pound nets
or fish traps, but exempts traps
made of wood. For constructing
such prohibited nets or traps, for
catching fish by means thereof, or
for having in possession any fish
so caught, the following penalties
are previded: For the first offense,
a fine of not less than 8250, nor
more than $500, to which may be
added, in the discretion of the
court, imprisonment in the county
jail for not less than a month, nor
more than six months; for each and
every subsequent offense, a fine of
not less than $500 nor more than
$1,000, to which in tho discretion
of the court, may be added im
prisonment for not less than six
months nor more than one year.
The close season is also fixed bv
this bill during the month of
March, and up to the lUtli of April,
and after the 10th of August, and
from 6 P. 31. of each and every
Saturday during April, May, June,
July, and up to the 10th of Au
gust until 6 P. Jf., of tho following
Sunday. One half of the fine in
to be paid to the informer, and the
other half into the school fund ol
the county where such offender i
convicted.
Two or three bills have been in
troduced author zing the construc
tion and maintenance of-booms on
the Umpqua and Rogne rivers.
These bills are not likely to be
come laws, hut if they should, it is
claimed by members well versed
in the law that they would be un
constitutional. It is declared that
the question of right to maintain a.
log tmom on any htream has at
r adv ben denied by the supreme
court, m the cua of some parties
on the Rickreal river in Polk county-There
was a sharp discussion
this afternoon in the senate, aris
ing trom Uimick s joint memorial
petitioning congress to pay Union
veterans tne diuerenco between
the value of the greenbacks re
ceived for their services and the
actual value of their services.
Coggswell, Dem., of Lake, in
timated that .he -would not be able
to support the memorial and moved
its reference to the committee on
military affairs. His motion was
voted down, 19 to 11.
Barin supported the resolution
in a short but pointed speech.
Chandler, of Baker, on being
recognized by the chairman, in
quired if the senate would listen
to what an ex-rebel had to say.
He then said he would suoport the
resolution, beca.use he believed the
government should make good its
promises to the soldiers.
Coggswell, who is an ex-Union
soldier, said be had received every
cent the government had promised
him, and he had no claim un it.
After further discussion by
Barm, Vaj;er, Sinclair and Coggs
well, a vote was taken, resulting
hs follews: Ayes 26. nays 3,
Coggswell, Stanley, Veatch and
Caiithorn not voting.
In the senate this morning Grav
of Clatsop, introduced a bill which
substantially conforms to (jrov
eruor Pcnuoyer' recommendation
tor the building of portage rail
ways by levying a tax. The bill
constitutes the governor, secretary
of state and state treasurer a board
of portage commissioners and em
powers them to levy the necessary
tax.
The Republican members of the
hgislature held a caucus for over
an hour lo night, in pcr.-uance of a
notice given at the close of the
session in both houses this after
noon. Senator Barin of Clacka
mas, presided, and Representative
Earbart of Portland, acted as sec
retary. Sixty-six members were
present. X wo ballots were taken.
The first, which was an informal
one, resulted as follews: Dolpli
40, Hon. George H. Williams 11,
and one each for ex-governor
Moody, congressman Hermann,
state senator Fullerton, speaker
Smith and others. Second ballet:
Doloh 57, George H. Williams 6,
district attorney Ellis of the sev
enth judicial district 1, Judge
Boise 1. Senator Dolpli was then
unanimously chosen as tho caucus
nominee of the party, and will be
voted for next I uesday.
Cyrus A. Dolph of Portland, to
night telegraphed the result of the
caucus to his brother at Washing
ton. It was agreed that both houses
adjourn to-morrow noon until
Monday. f
Doctors' Bills.
Nearly all diseases originate from in
action of the liver, and this especially
the case with chills and fever, intermit
tent fever-1, and malarial diseases 1 o
save doctors' bills and ward off disease
take Simmons Liver Itegulator. a med
icine that Increases in numilarity each
year, and has become the most popular
and best endorsed mediiue in the mar
ket for the cure or liver or Dowel dis
eases. Telkqrapii, Dubuque, Iowa.
Parties in Nephi, Idaho, have
been writing to the Northwestern
railroad officials, to get rates on
fifteen carloads of jack rabbit car
casses. A Die In The Ribs.
If on the right side and lower part of the
diaphragm, though playfully meant and de
livered. Is calculated to evoke profanity from
a chappy whose liver is out of order. When
that region is sore and congested, pokes seem
fleucmh. Look at a man's countenance ere
you prod him under the ribs. If his skin ahd
overalls have asatlowtlnge, you may Infer
al-o that his t'ni,ue Is furred, his breath ai t
tolie-ouj-.tliatheliaspalnsnotonly b-ne th
his lib-, but alsn under ineri.bt nnulder
blade. Also, that hi- bow els' aielrreiruUr
and bis dlgpstlon impaired. Ins'id of
makli.g a Jocose demon-iratlon on his ribs,
recommend him to lake, and steadily per
sist In' taking. Mm rt'er'sSti'mai'hBitier',
the finest autl-biln-us ami alieiutveine.1t
rlnn extant. Im-umpa able U It, also fi r
dvsprpsl', rhi-um Usui, nervou'-neiS, kid
ney trouble. " fv nl ague. .
Real e.-tato has dei-litied mate
rially at Shenendoab, Penn. Sev
eral" acres have dropped about
flirty feet into .an abandoned
mine.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
(Then Baby, vm slci, wi cave her Caitoria.
tThta theTa Child, the cried for Castoria,
(Tben'iWfeeesaa Mia; (be cinato Cattorii,
WTho6i4 4rtafai Java thta Cast oris
AKlH0
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never vanes, A, marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomeness. More
econ mlcul than the onlinary kind, and oaa
not be .sold In competition with the multi
tude of low test. ah. rt weight, alum or uhos-
plmie powilers. Sulci onlu in cant, ltd val
Bakio Powurk Co. ios v all-tr.. N. 1 .
U. W. Cr.owLKr & Co. jeuti, rottland,
regon.
INSURANCE.
CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000
COLUMBIA
INSURANCE CO.
FRANK OI-KbAI i'resldrnt
W H SMITH Vice-ITesldent
JOUN A CHILD Srcrtar
Nu. UK) Sfeond St.. I'urtlaml, Or.
I.W. Case, Agent, Astoria, Or.
Ship and Commission Agency
FIRE INSURANCE
IX FIRHT CI.MM :OjhANIE8
liepieseutlng 813,000,000
PHOENIX,
Uai Wind, Conn.
HOME,
New York,
AGENCY PACIFIC EXPRESS CO
C. P. UPSHUR,
.Main Street Wh.irf - Astoria. Orejzon.
Robb & Parker,
AGENCY OK
Fire and Marne Insurance,
With an Aggregate Capital of
S10.000.UUO.
IMPKRIAI., of London. .
CALIFOKNIA. of California.
CONNECTICDT. of Uartiord.
OaKI,ND HOME, of Oakland.
LION, of London.
FIlltllAN'S FUND, of California.
Agents also for
TKAVELLEES', of Hartford- .
Lift and Accident
Tickets sold for the ALLAN Line of
Steamships, from Old Country to Astoria.
KOBB PARKER.
At old office of J. O. Bozorth.
$67,000,000 Capital
Llrerpool & London & Globe. North British
and Mercantile of London and Edinburgh.
Hartford of Connecticut, Commercial of
California Agricultural, of Watertown, New
York, London & Lancashire ot Liverpool,
Eng.. Fire Insurance Companies, Represent
In a capital of $57,000,000.
It VAX l)DHF.X. Agent.
AND
Oyster Parlors
The Most Topular Resort In the City.
Everything First-Class.
Private Entries and Private Rooms for
Families and Parties.
Home-Mado Pastry a Specialty.
Eastern and Shoatwater Bay Oysters In
Evt ry Style
Wedding and Pany Dinners prepared on
short notice. All kinds ot Domestic and
Imported Wines and Cigars.
Camo of All Kinds In Season.
Iextto lament's Iirug More, Third at.,
Astoria. Oregon.
THE VIENNA
Restaurant anl Clop House.
C. W. Fisher & Co., Prop's.
Game, Fish, Oysters, Etc.,
COOKED TO ORDER-
FXne Private Room. Everything
1-1 rat Clnsa.
GcneTlova Street, rear of Grlfflu & Reed's.
EATUJAOHON TJAEANIEB.
m
Al
MEM
RrarsBestaM
Pi '
CASH.
13S9.
1. 1. OSGOOD'S
Men's and Boys' Clothing, Furnishing Goods.
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS,
Traveling Bags.Umbrellas, Blankets, Quilts, etc.
Direct from the Manufacturers and ImporUrs.
t27A child bnjg al onoaply as th most experienced buyer.
L L. OSGOOD,
Kinney's Bride Bntldias.
Opposite Xlesoue Knto Heme.
Street Can runninjj.by the door.
-AD-
CE
LING DECORATIONS!
5000 double roll ot Wall Paper and Decorations x the latest stylu aad ibiAm
jut received direet from'KasUm xaatoris.
Also a large assortment of
GAEFETS,
Of all crades in beautiful nrsr detlgu
New Smyrna Rugs, Portiere Curtains, China Matting, Etc., Etc.
Call, ansl exiaino. CH AS. HEILBORN.
The New Model Range
CAN B2 HAD IN AUTOKIA, ONLY OF
E. R. HAWES,
Agent. Call and Kxaadne It ; Ton Will be Fleased. E.Jt. Hiwea Is also Agtnt far th
Buck Patent Cooking Stove,
AND OTHEK FIESTCLAS3 STOVES.
Furnace Work, Steam Fittings, Etc., a Specialty. A Full Stock on Hand.
FIRE BRICK -
DXALZB IX
Hay, Oats, anl Straw, Liie, Brici, Cement, Saul anil Plaster
Wood StUrirti. t Ordtr. DrajUr, Tuuntir aai KxjrtM BuIbmi,
"jE- - rH rrTrFin rfr TVWt" 1
K--rr. i Ti' teg". .t-nrTg
rBU apply to the.Captita,.ortO'
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
JEFF'S
Is tho Leading and
Only First-Glass
RESTAURANT.
Good Cooking. Clean Serrltei. Seasonable
Prices. Polite Walters. Prompt
Attention.
Try Him and You will be
More Uian Satisfied,
Everybody Says So.
Private Rooms.
MAIN STREET, - - - ASTORIA.
The Astor House,
J.G.ROSS, - PROPRIETdR.
Newly Repainted. Repaired, Refl ted. Re
furnished and Thoroughly Benoraied,
A Large, Clean,- -set-
Well-tBjt Housgl
BATES:
From a Dollar a Day Upwards.
First-class In all Its appolntmtntu, 'clean,
neat, sunny rooms' well furnished
andwtllktpt.
TOU ARE DiTITEO TO CALL.
fSTTM etMb-to and ton tt Ecus.
ONE PRICK.
Astoria, Oregon.
FIRE CLAY
STEAMER
CLARA PARKER
Ebon P, Parker, Matter.
For TOWING, FREIGHT orCHAB
B. B. PA3KKB.
amis, stbxsox.
r. cook
THE
nfral Hotel
EVENS0N & COOK
On the European Plan.
LARGS CLEAN ROOMS,
A FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT
Board bythe Day, Week or Month
Private Rooms for Famille, Etc.
Transient Custom Solicited.
Oysters, Fun, Meat, Etc, Cooked to
Order.
WATEIt St., Opp. Foard & Stokes
A FIRST CLASS SALOON
Run In connection with the Fremlies. The
Best of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Good Billiard Tablet and FrlTate Card
Room.
PAEKER HOUSE
RESTAURANT.
H. GOODWIN,
Proprietor.
Breakfast, 6 to 9,
Dinner, 12 to 3,
Supper, 5 to 8. "
PARKER H0USE
H. B. PARKER, Prop'r.
First Class In Every Respect.
Thoroughly renovated and repaired through
out ; ST Urxe sunny room-. -
TWO OiNINC ROOMS.
Tables supplied with everything the awlcst
affords.
Elegant Bar and Kllilard Booms. FLbmI
Wines Liquor and Cleats.
rJaEEOOAGBTOTJES B9USS.

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